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Independent Consultant At Daviess County Economic Development Foundation

Project Coordinator at Daviess County Economic Development Foundation, Property Manager, Office Manager at H & K Rentals, Inc.
Washington, Indiana
Marketing and Advertising
Daviess County Economic Development Foundation - Washington, IN since Jan 2012
Project Coordinator
H & K Rentals, Inc. since 2010
Property Manager, Office Manager
The MEK Group - Washington, Indiana Apr 2011 - Jan 2012
Associate Consultant
Larry Haag for Mayor Committee - Washington, Indiana Jan 2006 - Dec 2011
Campaign Manager Oct 2010 - Apr 2011
Market Research Manager
C.E. Taylor Oil, Inc Sep 2010 - Nov 2010
Executive Assistant
Washington Community School Corporation Mar 2010 - Oct 2010
Substitute Teacher
Xiamen WECL Sep 2009 - Feb 2010
ESL Instructor
Water World of Washington Jul 2009 - Aug 2009
Assistant Manager
Main Street Pharmacy and Gift Shoppe 2003 - Sep 2007
Retail Sales
Monterey Institute of International Studies 2010 - 2010
SILP, Mandarin Chinese
Indiana University Bloomington 2005 - 2009
B.A., International Studies, Business
East China Normal University 2008 - 2008
Study Abroad, Mandarin Chinese, Business
Washington High School 2001 - 2005
Mandarin, Excel, Intercultural Communication, Writing, Microsoft Office, Chinese, Social Media, Market Research, English, Public Relations, Customer Relations, Marketing Strategy, Team Building, New Business Development, Customer Service, International Relations, Research, Social Media Marketing, Event Management, Event Planning, Non-profits, Microsoft Excel, Nonprofits, Marketing Communications, Leadership
cooking, traveling, snow skiing, reading
Honor & Awards:
Indiana Governor's Award Recipient 2005 Recycling/Reuse Implemented a promotional campaign to increase recycling in our community. As a result of the outreach to all sectors of the community, there was a remarkable increase in the amount of materials dropped off at area recycling centers, escalating from 10.5 tons in 2003 to 251 tons in 2004. The City has saved $375 per month in tipping fees it would normally pay, and also received approximately $10,000 in revenue through the sale of recyclable commodities it has collected.
Mayan languages

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